Life happens and cell phones break. We live in a time where a phone is a matter of necessity, so what are you supposed to do? I suggest that you call Fast Phone Fix. In addition to fixing all kinds of phones, they also repair laptops and tablets using all original parts. Usually a repair takes between 10 minutes to an hour and they also give you a six month warranty! Fast Phone Fix also sells reasonably priced and quality phone accessories like cases, screen protectors and much more.
Fast Phone Fix is conveniently located in beautiful Downtown New Bedford at 283 Union Street and are open from 9am-9pme every day! You can visit them on the web by clicking here or follow them on Facebook by clicking here. They can also be reached by phone at (774) 707-5366 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
1 can (14.5) Red Gold Garlic & Olive Oil Tomatoes, drained
1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
Preheat oven to 400* F.
Add egg, Greek yogurt, salt, pepper, baking powder, melted butter and whisk until well combined. Add milk and whisk once more.
Next add flour and cornmeal and stir until just combined. Let batter rest for 5 minutes while you preheat your waffle iron.
Generously spray waffle iron with non-stick spray and pour heaping 1/2 cup measurements onto the griddle. Close and cook according to manufacturer instructions.
While waffles cook, lay bacon on cooking rack that has been sprayed with cooking spray. Lay over baking sheet. Place bacon on cooking rack, evenly spaced and place in oven. Cook for 15 to 20 minutes, or until bacon is golden brown. Remove from oven and let cool.
To make the aioli, combine the drained tomatoes with the Greek yogurt. Stir until combined.
When ready to serve, spread aioli on 4 of the waffles. Top with bacon, tomatoes, lettuce, avocado and top with another waffle. Serve!
We are all know a Senior- they are our mothers, fathers, grandparents, neighbors or ourselves! Thanks to advances in medical science, we are living longer than ever and staying active is key to that! While some elders may never require the service or programs available at a Council on Aging (COA), some seniors will eventually rely on some type of help. Every COA is different but all COAs are multipurpose and are there to help the seniors in their communities. COAs can offer transportation for medical appointments or to the center, flu and blood pressure clinics, a nutrition program, various activities like chair yoga or classes like painting, day trips, assistance in tax and legal issues. Some COAs even have a Social Day Program, outreach, friendly visits, a food pantry and SHINE Counselors. The list of what each and every COA provides is extensive. Most inportantly, the senior is in a safe and caring environment doing fun things and getting out and meeting new people. To get involved, just visit the COA in person for a tour and pick up the newsletter to see the activities. For your convenience, we have provided a list of local COAs and their telephone numbers in the Greater New Bedford area.
Acushnet COA - 508-998-0280
Bourne - 508-759-0653
Dartmouth COA - 508-999-4717
Fairhaven COA - 508-979-4029
Freetown COA - 508-763-9557
Lakeville COA - 508-947-7224
Marion COA - 508-748-4110
Mattapoisett COA - 508-758-4110
New Bedford COAs:
Brooklawn - 508-961-3100
Buttonwood - 508-991-6170
Hazelwood - 508-991-6208
Rochester COA - 508-763-8723
Wareham COA - 508-291-3130
Westport COA - 508-636-1026
Do not see your town on the list? Click here to see a list of COAs in Massachusetts.
Combine first 3 ingredients. Spray 1 phyllo sheet with cooking spray; top with 2 of the remaining phyllo sheets, spraying each sheet with additional cooking spray before using as directed. Place remaining phyllo sheets between sheets of plastic wrap; set aside until ready to use.
Place 1 fish fillet along one short side of phyllo stack; top with 1/4 of the spinach mixture. Fold over long sides of phyllo, then roll up, starting at fish-topped side. Repeat with remaining phyllo sheets, fish and spinach mixture. Place, seam sides down, on parchment-covered baking sheet; spray with cooking spray. Cut 3 diagonal slits in top of each wrap.
Bake 10 to 12 min. or until crusts are golden brown and fish flakes easily with fork. Meanwhile, mix sour cream, cucumbers and dill until blended
Have I ever mentioned how much I hate driving to the airport? I avoid it at all costs. With a family of five and lots of luggage, I want to pull my hair out. So I have decided that from now on I would let someone else with a bigger vehicle and a better sense of direction take me.
Places To Go, LLC is a livery and transportation service that was launched back in July of 2012. They specialize in livery services to concerts, nights out, airport and train transportation, as well as other special events. They also hire trustworthy drivers who can get you to your destination on time! All of their drivers are CPR Certified and have had a Criminal and Driving Record Check and a Drug Screening. Places To Go, LLC takes the clients' satisfaction and safety very seriously!
So if you have a "place to go" but don’t want to do the driving, call Places To Go, LLC! They service the following areas: New Bedford, Dartmouth, Acushnet, Fairhaven and Providence RI. For more information, call the owner Ed Pacheco at (774) 202-775 and be sure to check them out on Facebook by clicking here or on the web at placestogosouthcoast.com.
2.5 lb beef chuck, brisket or any other slow cooking beef (no bone)
¾ tsp salt
3 garlic cloves, minced
2 onions, chopped
6 oz bacon, diced
3 tbsp flour
14.9oz can Guinness Beer
4 tbsp tomato paste
3 cups chicken stock/broth
3 carrots, peeled and cut into ½" thick pieces
2 large celery stalks, cut into 1" pieces
2 bay leaves
3 sprigs thyme (or sub with 1 tsp dried thyme leaves)
Cut the beef into 2" chunks. Pat dry then sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Heat oil in a heavy based pot over high heat. Add beef in batches and brown well all over. Remove onto plate. Repeat with remaining beef.
Remove pot from heat to cool slightly and lower heat to medium. If the pot is looking dry, add oil.
Return pot to heat, add garlic and onion. Cook for 3 minutes until softening, and then add bacon.
Cook until bacon is browned and then add flour. Stir flour into the mixture.
Add Guinness. Mix well (to ensure flour dissolves well) then add remaining ingredients and return beef into the pot (including any juices).
Add enough water so the beef & veggies are almost fully covered.
Cover; bring to simmer then lower heat so it is bubbling gently. Cook for 2 hours - the beef should be pretty tender by now. Remove lid then simmer for a further 30 - 45 minutes or until the beef falls apart at a touch and the sauce has reduced and thickened slightly.
Skim off fat on surface. Adjust salt and pepper to taste. Remove bay leaves and thyme.
Serve over creamy mashed potatoes!!
Note: You must use Guinness Beer because it is dark colored and a richly flavored Irish beer. It is the key flavoring for the sauce of this stew.
Located in the heart of New Bedford's history rich Downtown area, the Wamsutta Club was originally built as a residence for James Arnold and his wife in 1821. In 1919, The Wamsutta Club purchased the gracious mansion and so to speak, city history was made. We here at Surprenant & Beneski, are big supporters of the Wamsutta Club. Not only are they our neighbors but we hold a lot of our seminars there.
The Wamsutta Club it is an unrivaled private setting to entertain clients or gather with friends and family. With over 140 years of commitment to member satisfaction they will exceed your expectations. You can sit in the library, read the newspaper and have a cocktail. You will never have to wait for a table and they really do know your name! That is what the membership at the Wamsutta Club is all about!
Membership Categories Include:
1866 Rounders’ Club (Sports Pub)
The Wamsutta Club is also well versed in different size and style events such as:
The Wamsutta Club is the best kept secret in New Bedford. If you are interested in a membership, contact Cynthia Bouchard the manager at the Wamsutta Club a call at 508-997-7431. Located at 427 County Street, there is ample parking. The Wamsutta Club is also available to non-members for hosting after funeral gatherings. For more information, you can visit them on the web by clicking here!